Dolce and Gabbana (D&G) boutiques in Milan were closed this weekend in protest at comments reportedly made by a city official about the two designers, convicted of tax fraud.
Notices in the shop windows read “Closed for indignation”.
A newspaper quoted Franco D’Alfonso as saying Milan did not need tax evaders representing it and that D&G was bad for the city’s image.
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